February 10, 2014

Fat Burning Supplements?

Happy Monday to You!

I hope you had a restful weekend.

In my video blog today, I explore fat burning supplements and share some education that is much needed by the public. Let’s have a look as I cover some of the common ingredients found in fat burning supplements.

fat burn supplements
I help you to understand what their metabolic effects typically are, the costs to the body, and how the long-term result is typically yo-yo weight loss at best. I also show how you have to be very careful looking at studies because their results can be dangerously misleading!

I then share the most common causes of being fat or obese, and with that knowledge, it becomes much easier to see why fat burning supplements are largely gimmicks; very profitable gimmicks, but only because the public is dangerously uneducated and believe what they see/read/hear…


I conclude my vlog by offering my 1-2-3-4 approach to keeping your body balanced and healthy.

I hope that my knowledge regarding the body and these kinds of supplements are taken to heart and shared with those who feel the need to use them.

Suggested Resources:
1. How To Eat Move and Be Healthy – book or DVD
2. The Last 4 Doctors You’ll Ever Need! multimedia ebook
3. You Are What You Eat! – audio cd
4. The 1234 for Overcoming Addiction, Obesity and Disease – audio workbook program

CHEK Practitioner Level 4

We have been very busy covering many relevant topics.


Here you can see me teaching my students how to perform a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s breathing.

My mother, Meera Censor, did a great job teaching us all Non Violent Communication (NVC). Here you can see us all celebrating after our last NVC lesson for this year’s CP4 class.


We all had a great time, learned a lot, cleared a lot of pent-up emotion, and feel much better for it.

Thanks Mom for being such a great teacher and example of how to live NVC!

I hope to put another blog up this week, but I’m very busy teaching, so please know that I’ll share something as soon as I can do it authentically as a gift from my heart.

I’ve learned the hard way that sharing at the expense of one’s own well-being isn’t truly sharing…

Love and chi,
Paul Chek